Harvest from your herb garden to create tea infusions. Mint, chamomile and lemon balm are just a few possibilities for herbal teas.
What's New in the Garden Club
The signs are clear: damaged leaves, deformed or missing fruit. Let’s troubleshoot some common garden pests.
Bring the garden inside with five of our favorite cutting flowers for bouquets.
From kitchen cast-offs to potting mix bags, if it holds dirt and has drainage holes, it can be your container garden. You’re limited only by your imagination and resources.
Consider easygoing geraniums in your window boxes, containers or garden bed for regular color.
Coleus is a star of the shade garden, effortlessly showing off foliage in shades of lime, peachy pink and burgundy.
Accent your next bouquet of flowers with edible herbs.
Make your garden a low-water, low-maintenance space.
Spark up the wood-fired pizza oven and other outdoor kitchen ideas.
Get into the spirit of July 4 with red, white and blue decor.
Easier to grow than tomatoes, peppers are a perfect edible for the beginner gardener.
When peppers are ripe, use scissors to cut them from the vine, rinse off in cool water and use in these recipes.